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Unformatted text preview: GLG244.A HW#1 Fall 2011 DUE: Tuesday, August 30 th 1 NA M E: _________________________ S c or e : / 75 Exploring O ce an R e s our ce s in Our Ev e ryday Liv e s Part 1 : Coll ec t Data For one day keep a food diary. Write down everything you eat or drink. Make sure to note how the food was packaged or prepared. Be as !"#$%& (% )"%%*+,$- ."#/& 0"12$& &" 3$#&*"# (#4 vitamins or medications you also ingest. For privacy sake you do not need to disclose the names of the medications, just note if they are in liquid or pill form. Also, if you ingest any alcohol please list either as wine, beer, or liquor. Part 2 : Analyz e Data Before doing any additional research start by sorting your list into two columns 1) products that you can readily connect to the ocean and; 2) products that you cannot readily connect to the ocean. There is no one right or wrong answer here, I am just asking you to reflect on what preexisting knowledge you have about these items. Record your list in Table 1 provided. Tabl e 1 It e m D e p e nd s on O ce ani c R e s our ce s It e m Do e s Not D e p e nd on O ce ani c R e s our ce s In an excerpt from E ss e n t ial s o f O ce anography by Tom Garrison extractive ocean resources (those taken out of the ocean) are divided into three different categories including: Physical,...
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This note was uploaded on 11/15/2011 for the course GLG 244 taught by Professor Sikorski during the Fall '05 term at Miami University.
- Fall '05